Premier League champions Manchester United and German giants Bayern Munich are interested in signing sought-after midfielder Wesley Sneijder, according to Spanish journalist Nando Sanvito. The Dutch playmaker, who has made 52 league appearances - netting 11 times - since joining from Ajax in 2007, is believed to be close to joining Serie A champions Inter Milan, after the Nerazzuri reportedly agreed a €15 million fee for his services. However, Sneijder's representitive Soren Lerby then revealed that, while Real and Inter had settled on a price, the player was still undecided about his future. While Inter director Ernesto Paolillo insisted that an arrangement was still some distance from being concluded. And, according to Mediaset journalist Sanvito, Madrid president Florentino Perez is confident he can make more than €15 million from Sneijder's sale, and that both United and Bayern have contacted the Bernabeu boss about the midfielder. "Sneijder wants to think hard about this decision and I think Florentino Perez has also received offers from Manchester United and Bayern Munich," he told IlSussidiario.net. "He wants to go to a team where he is sure of being a first choice. "I also don't believe Perez will make do with €15 million for the player's purchase." NEWS: Inter - No deal done for Sneijder NEWS: Sneijder unsure over Serie A switch
21 August 2009
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